There are at least 6 bands / projects named Sleepers: 1. Sleepers is the recording and performance project of Silas Ciarán and Amanda Boutourline. It began as a solo outlet for Ciarán in early 2004, and was at this time geared towards Black and Doom Metal with flecks of ambient. It is now a full fledged crossover project, incorporating many different sources into one heap of sound. 2. Sleepers was a progressive new wave rock band from Gold Coast, Australia. They have changed their name to Awaken I Am.
Scott Johnson is: 1. a cartoonist, illustrator and designer, known for the webcomic ExtraLife.
2. an American composer (born 1952). 1) Scott Blaine Johnson was known for creating and hosting the ExtraLife radio show (ELR), a weekly off-beat, award winning Podcast about comics, movies, music, the Internet, computers and gadgets. They have interviewed noted personalities such as Todd McFarlane and Curt Schilling.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Callisto is a Finnish experimental metal band (Turku, Finland 2001-present). Trying to fit the post-metal outfit Callisto into one single category hardly does the band justice. Founded in 2001, the sextet play a timeless, downbeat yet melancholic style of music that is rich in nuances, draws from numerous sources and doesn't really have any obvious fellow creatures or points of comparisons.
WALL is a London based singer and producer.
Single Magazine was release on 3rd September 2012 by BCS Records (Black Cab Sessions). Wall is also a Japanese Punk band, music below.
Philadelphia quartet Rosetta push the boundaries between metal, progressive rock, post-rock, space rock, and hardcore punk, employing an experimental songwriting technique filled with chaos and atmospherics. Their sounds range from Pink Floydian / progressive rock sonic layering to walls of pure static ambience to crushing, sweeping sludgey riffage. Their first album (The Galilean Satellites, 2005) was an especially ambitious project: the goal was to record two discs of equal length (one a metal album...
Mpho's family moved from South Africa to London when she was a toddler to escape apartheid laws that made the very fact of her existence evidence of a crime. Music was a constant presence, with both her biological father and her stepdad being professional musicians. After starring in secondary school plays and concerts – and having classmates asking for her autograph after particularly fiery performances - Mpho found herself a smaller fish in a bigger pond at the Brits School in Croydon.
Tissue Culture are a seriously noisy bunch of young lions from Newcastle. They haven’t been around a long time, but they’ve already built up an impressive TishCult following. What’s more exciting is that they seem to be getting better with each deafening, thrilling live show. Their first release on Tiny Lights, Saint Waleric was released on October 29th 2012, and celebrated with an awesome party at The Cluny 2 on Halloween. SmithBellHendazPottaReed
Psychic Date have an unique canvas of sound somewhere around the Post-Rock genre; anywhere from ethereal psychedelic ambience through passages of fully-cranked speed-jazz-noise-metal-improv of melodic and rhythmic mastery.
Peter Jones- guitar,bass,vocals,keyboard,samples,electronics,percussion.
Stitched Vision is the project of Jason Campbell, formed in 2009, once global roamer now fringe-dwelling citizen of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. His pedal-heavy synthscapes are neither nostalgic nor futuristic, but rather channel the current plight of his city of residence, unfolding as explorations of urban decay and cultural regeneration. Understated melodies sheathed in white noise - pitting the organic against the industrial - mark Campbell's work and come to symbolise Newcastle
Patrick Kavanagh - guitar, keys, sampling, programming, vocal effects, loops and treatments.
Experimental Industrial Deep Down-Tempo Dark Ambient Electro Dreamscapes;
Drones, Loops, Sluggish seething death throes of a monster stuck in molasses rhythm; An all-encompassing feast for the senses; caustic atmospheres build from pure frequency to delve headlong into hitherto unexplored realms of horror and delight.